Atomic Heart will arrive at the end of the year and will feature music composed by Mick Gordon

Independent Research Mundish has released a new trailer and details for Atomic Heart.

For starters, the BioShock-inspired first-person action game (but with a Soviet feel) will reach its finale later this year. The developers weren’t very specific and only then revealed that it would be released in a few months in “ber”, which limits the launch window to between September and December.

On the other hand, it has also been announced that Mick Gordon, the composer of the soundtrack of Doom (2016) and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, will be in charge of the musical accompaniment of his long-awaited game.

Atomic Heart, originally announced in 2017, will come with versions for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. According to his description, there is a world where “a global crash occurs at Soviet Installation #3826, causing the machines to rebel against the people. You are Mayor P-3 and your job is to eliminate the consequences of the accident of great magnitude and prevent the filtration of classified documents which threaten to destroy the whole world”.

You can continue to watch the new Atomic Heart trailer:


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